Here They Are=> The Offensive & Racist Ferguson Emails – Released today by the DOJ
The Holder DOJ released 14 pages of racist or offensive emails they collected during their multi-year investigation of the Ferguson police department.
Here is one email:
From the movie “Bedtime for Bonzo.”
The left has used this photo for years to poke fun of Ronald Reagan.
These were two of the worst emails sent between three employees at the Ferguson police department.
All three employees were let go.
The Holder Department of Justice painted the entire Ferguson police department as racist because these three individuals had passed on these offensive emails to each other over the past seven years.
That is quite a stretch.
** There are 74 employees at the Ferguson Police Department. Three sent out offensive emails. That is 4% of the police force. And Eric Holder says racism is endemic in the department? Eric Holder should be ashamed of himself.
The DOJ could not find anything on Officer Darren Wilson so they accused the entire department of being racist because of these three individuals. No wonder they waited to release these emails.
FOX 2 reported:
Racist e-mails detailed in the Department of Justice’s March 7th report on Ferguson have been released to the public. Three Ferguson city workers stepped down after the report. The contents of the messages and who they were sent to were not known by the public until now.
Ferguson Court Clerk Mary Ann Twitty was fired over the messages. It appears she started the e-mail chain. Ferguson police Capt. Rick Henke and Sgt. William Mudd resigned, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. They were not given severance packages.
There are names redacted throughout the documents. City Clerk Megan Asikainen tells the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that the non-city employees have a right to privacy.
Many of the messages appear to be copy and pasted from websites and forwarded to Ferguson city workers. Many of these same jokes were also disclosed during an investigation into Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s staff.
Here are the downloaded DOJ Ferguson emails.